Magical rainbow adventure

The magical rainbow adventure, you’ve probably heard and maybe created yourself, a melted crayon picture.

PJ Liguori, a YouTuber (since I’ve been gone I have developed an obsession over YouTube, I’ll explain further later on) made a video, quite some time ago, and it was how to make a Magical Rainbow Adventure. I’ve been meaning to do it for quite some and i thoroughly enjoyed it-

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It’s pretty awesome, if you want to get creative with some crayons, here’s the video to find out how!

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Tin Can Lanterns

Every year I go camping with a few family friends and of course my dog, Duke. I was surfing through Pinterest and came accross these tin can lanterns! They are perfect for the tent and camper, I’ll also be making some cute bunting to brighten up the campsite 🙂
Click here for the tutorial!

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The 20 minute tote bag

Heya guys!

Sorry for the lack of posts! I have lots of ideas but hardly any time to write them out! i’ve had lots of (boring) revision and homework recently (YAWN)

I’m currently writing out a monstrous post on my phone which should be released this week!

In the mean time, enjoy this 20 minute tote bag, a Mollie Makes tutorial which i love!

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DIY Elephant Garland Made From Scrapbook Paper

This super cute garland is a simple way to decorate your house! It’s made from scrapbook paper and string! I couldn’t find the tutorial but I guess it’s pretty easy.

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1. Make a template for your elephant (or any other animal of your choosing) maybe about 15cm in width and 10cm (ish) in height. Is up to you really, if you want it small or giant to full up an entire wall.

2. Using all patterned scrapbook paper (or decorated by you) use the template to cute each individual animal.

3. Cut your string to desired length and so all of the animals fit onto it and so you can make a loop onto the top.

4. Using a glue gun, or PVA, draw vertical (or horizontal if you prefer a bunting like garland) line onto the back of the animals and then stick the string onto it!

5. Make a loop onto the top of the string.

6. Find a spot for you mew garland and pin it up!

Thanks and I hope you enjoy it 🙂